File:Cuckoos Farm Little Baddow.jpg

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This is my own picture of Cuckoos Farm, Little Baddow, near Chelmsford, England. This 17th century house is noteworthy for having been the home of Thomas Hooker “The Father of American Democracy” and of John Eliot “Apostle to the Indians” (i.e. the Native Americans). This is a private house but the picture was taken from a public road. See also my blog post http://www.gentlewisdom.org/4927/thomas-hooker-and-john-eliots-house-in-england/. Peterkirk (talk) 22:19, 1 October 2011 (UTC)

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